Centre Fundraiser (West London)
Charity People are thrilled to have partnered with Maggie's in their search for a Centre Fundraiser to join a charity with a special mission. Maggie's provides free cancer support and information in centres across the UK and online. This is a full-time role where you will be delivering a range of successful fundraising activities based around the centre in order to maximise income for Maggie's.
The salary range for this role is £25,440 - £32,916 per annum. Flexible working and other hours may be considered.
- Small and friendly supportive team
- Flexible, family-friendly culture
- Training & development
- 27 days annual leave + bank holidays
Working alongside NHS hospitals, Maggie's centres are staffed by expert Cancer Support Specialists, Psychologists and Benefits Advisors, helping people to take back control when cancer turns life upside down.
Our long-term ambition is to be there for everyone with cancer in the UK at all 60 cancer centre sites to ensure that there is no one living with cancer who is unable to access the expert psychological and information support that they so desperately need to live the best quality of life possible. The next five years bring Maggie's over the halfway mark to achieving this goal.
About the role
This is the perfect role for a fundraiser who is committed to the cause, energetic and confident in leading.
You will utilise effective and efficient fundraising skills to assist in supporting the Centre Fundraising Manager to deliver both financial and non-financial targets, whilst planning and implementing the overall centre fundraising strategy.
You will be proactive in donor recruitment and excellent donor care, supporting and retaining your existing pipeline and researching new potential partners to build key relationships with. You will also work to build an impressive pipeline with individuals, local businesses, groups and associations.
You will work collaboratively with internal stakeholders (colleagues, volunteers, etc) across the organisation and external stakeholders (such as local media, PR) to ensure that centrally managed fundraising activities are supported locally.
This is a great opportunity for an enthusiastic fundraiser who has exceptional relationship building skills and the confidence to seek out new opportunities.
You must have experience of raising funds in a community setting or have transferable skills (e.g. sales, marketing, new business, account management etc).
Strong interpersonal and communication skills are key. You must be confident at talking to members of the community and be confident at public speaking.
This would suit someone who is strategically minded and who can lead on projects independently and with successful outcomes.
To apply please send a copy of your CV to Tanya at Charity People. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as interviews are happening on a rolling basis.